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Energy Efficient Tips for Your HVAC Unit

The summers and winters in Minnesota can be harsh, so it’s important that your HVAC unit is energy efficient and ready to perform. Having a working HVAC system ensures that your home will be comfortable no matter the temperature. Here are a few tips to keep your HVAC unit energy-efficient and ready for peak performance.

How To Keep Your HVAC Unit Energy Efficient

  1. Change your air filters as recommended for your system.
  2. Always have your system serviced annually.
  3. Invest in a smart, programmable thermostat.

New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC

A very Happy New Year to you and yours from your friendly heating, ventilation, and air conditioning professionals! The start of any new year can be filled with resolutions and fresh starts. You may want to consider including your HVAC amongst your resolutions to this exciting new year.

Easy HVAC Resolutions

Not every resolution, made in the New Year is easy to commit to or even keep. Try a new type of resolution and enjoy some success this New Year. The following resolutions can be included this new year:

Invest in a New Thermostat

HVAC Tips for Dog Lovers

Brushing and bathing your dog on a regular basis will reduce the amount of dander and hair floating through your home. If not properly groomed and maintained, your dog’s dander and hair can take a toll on your home, health, and HVAC unit. Here are a few tips to help you with your HVAC maintenance as a dog lover.

Preventative Maintenance is a Must

No Ducts, No Problem—The Many Advantages of a Ductless System

With a name like DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning, you might think we only work with ducted heating and central air conditioning. Not at all! We are experts when it comes to installing ductless split systems that bring treated air and total comfort to hard-to-control areas. They can be installed in older homes, additions, new construction, condominiums, apartments, and offices—wherever you need more than a fan, window air conditioner, or space heater.

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